This month, the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments on same-sex marriage as it pertains to states’ rights. Learn how we as Lutherans unpack the issue in the spring 2015 issue of the Free to be Faithful newsletter.
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LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison and 34 other U.S. religious leaders reaffirm their shared commitment to traditional marriage and religious freedom in a letter to those in public service.
At your urging, we’re working to establish an LCMS office — the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty — in Washington, D.C., the epicenter of where a compelling Christian witness is most needed.
Working alongside other organizations like Alliance Defending Freedom, the Heritage Foundation and the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, the LCMS launched “Free to be Faithful” in 2012.
The Senate has confirmed Rabbi David Saperstein, making him the first non-Christian to hold the job.
Paul was not meant to “fit into” society. He was sent to proclaim Christ. We were not meant to “fit into” society. We were meant to shine as lights in a dark world (Phil. 2:15-16).